Magazine “National Geographic Traveler” advised a list of 21 attractive destinations worth visiting in 2017, examples of which are islands, cities that host major events in 2017, national parks and rainforests.
According to the editors of “National Geographic Traveler” , one of the most spectacular destinations such category is the island of Kauai is considered a great area in Hawaii, with high cliffs, waterfalls, forests of mahogany and lush landscapes show Vocea.biz . Here they were filmed no less than 60 films, including “Jurassic Park“. Moreover, the place is considered the most beautiful in Hawaii because of the spectacular landscape created by the mountains surrounded by lush vegetation and crystalline waters. Finland is recommended as a destination for 2017 due to the “golden silence”. The 40 national parks, 12 wilderness areas and hiking six areas are described as “sanctuaries of those who seek peace.” In 2017, Finland celebrates 100 years of independence, which will be marked by four national events “Finnish Nature Days”, one for each season – winter, spring, summer and autumn. Canada will celebrate in 2017 the 150th anniversary, and publishers Banff National Geographic Traveler included in the list of 21 recommended destinations for next year. It should be noted that Lonely Planet named the country as the number one destination for 2017. Those who come here will be conquered by impressive mountain ridges, valleys and lakes with turquoise shades.
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Observers eager to capture a bit of wildness Bengal Tiger, you must know that the heart of India is the perfect place. Almost two thirds of the world’s wild tigers are in this country, and due to wildlife and habitat conservation, national parks here are true havens for the wild cats. Eighty years after Hemingway called it “world capital” lo of Madrid, it is brought to the attention of tourists. A destination which offers visitors over 60 museums, parks and landscaped gardens, a place where artists put their mark on the streets of Madrid neighborhoods. Madrid is a welcoming city, full of life and rich history that offers many cultural experiences and relaxation.
National Geographic Traveler recently conducted a top 20 most beautiful places to visit in the new year, it is presented and a tourist destination in Romania, Maramures respectively, according travel.nationalgeographic.com.
Maramures region is characterized by National Geographic Traveler as “fearless old world”.In the land of Maramures history continues to be practiced millenary traditions, long forgotten in Europe. “My cows do not like grass that is cut with the mower. They prefer the taste of fresh cut grass with a scythe,” said Ion Pop, from the village of Botiza Maramures, quoted by National Geographic Traveler.
“Splendor in the Grass is not found only” comments National Geographic Traveler, paraphrasing the title of the famous film “Splendor in the Grass”.
Stating that is located in northwestern Romania, known travel magazine insists that life in Maramureş still lived according to the seasons, weather and traditions.
In addition, National Geographic Traveler recalls that Maramures is considered “land of wood”. Tools used by people in their households are made of wood, and the gates of entry into these households are also made of wood carved decorations are secular.
Wooden Churches of Maramures, listed in UNESCO World Heritage Site, say “stories about faith and glory, saints and sinners, about crime and punishment,” drawn from wood paintings decorating the walls of these churches.
Among the main attractions of Maramures listed by National Geographic Traveler include the Merry Cemetery in Sapanta, which is famous for its brightly colored crosses that are written epitaphs unusual.
Magazine gives those who want to travel in Maramures and some tips about the best time to visit this region of Romania, accommodation, restaurants, things to buy and read books in advance.
Apart from Maramures, the most beautiful destinations to visit in 2015 recommended by National Geographic Traveler include Corsica, Medellín (Colombia), Koyasan (Japan), Oklahoma City (USA), Tunis (Tunisia), Choquequirao archaeological park (Peru), Hyderabad (India), Port Antonio (Jamaica), Taiwan, Zermatt (Switzerland), Mergui Archipelago (Myanmar) and Mount St. Michel (France).